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|Please note: This article is about the type of sake. For other uses of the term, please see Shizuka (disambiguation).|
Shizuka Sake, from the term Shizuka (to drip), were those sake which was filtered in a specific way. Instead of filtering through a layer of ash, the rice mash was scooped into burlap sacks and suspended over a wide container. The sake dripped through the burlap and left the sediment of the mash behind. The result was a more pure-tasting drink.  Sacramental sake, known as “omiki,” could only be shizuka. 
Known Shizuka Sake Edit
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